Criminal Procedure Act 1986 No 209
Current version for 28 October 2014 to date (accessed 20 December 2014 at 17:35)

149   Requirements as to notices

(1)  A notice under this Division is to be in writing.
(2)  Any notice purporting to be given under this Division on behalf of the accused person by his or her Australian legal practitioner is, unless the contrary is proved, taken to have been given with the authority of the accused person.
(3)  A notice under this Division that is required to be given to a prosecutor may be given to the prosecutor in the following manner, or as otherwise directed by the court:
(a)  by delivering it to the prosecutor,
(b)  by leaving it at the office of the prosecutor,
(c)  by sending it by post or facsimile to the prosecutor at the office of the prosecutor,
(d)  by sending it by electronic mail to the prosecutor, but only if the prosecutor has agreed to notice being given in that manner.
(4)  A notice under this Division that is required to be given to an accused person may be given to the accused person in the following manner, or as otherwise directed by the court:
(a)  by delivering it to the accused person,
(b)  by leaving it at the office of the Australian legal practitioner representing the accused person,
(c)  by sending it by post or facsimile to the Australian legal practitioner representing the accused person at the office of the Australian legal practitioner,
(d)  by sending it by electronic mail to the Australian legal practitioner, but only if the Australian legal practitioner has agreed to notice being given in that manner.
(5)  A party required to give a notice under this Division must file a copy of the notice with the court as soon as practicable after giving it, or as otherwise required by the court.
(6)  A reference in this section to a notice includes a reference to an amended notice.
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